63-year-old woman helps her 41-year-old son setup his TV. WTF?
This is probably why RIM changed their name to BlackBerry.
A doctor cleans his keyboard "for hours" after getting the 'sticky keys' message on his computer.
Business owner lets his son use the main work server to run Battlefield 3.
Spoiler: It ain't pretty.
Lady clicks on email that claims her Chase bank account is locked. Too bad she doesn't have a Chase bank account.
Or else be ready to be smacked.
This is a story of a younger brother who thinks his Chrome is infected with a virus. Spolier: It doesn't actually have a virus.
Russian uses a brilliant strategy to force the IT bosses to give him what he requested -- a new printer.
Network engineer builds network for a guy, who then refuses to pay her. What does the network engineer do? Read more to find out.
Lady has a broken Wii. It costs $90 to fix the Wii, or she can buy a refurbished Wii for $70+tax. Lady insists on paying $90.
No, seriously -- do not call back.
Man gets infected with malware, calls tech support to urgently remove malware so he can get an email from his mail order bride.
Livid network admin calls tech support for help with Microsoft Exchange, is adamant that he knows everything.
Some people are just idiots.